statutory-rape love

Definitions

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  • adjective Attributive form of statutory rape, noun.

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Examples

  • The fourth-season finale of Showtime's smut-com which, despite its flaccid ratings, has inexplicably been picked up for Year 5 opened with David Duchovny's narcissistic novelist receiving a proverbial slap on the wrist for his statutory-rape conviction.

    Cheers & Jeers: Californication Hits a New (Rob) Lowe

  • He was clearly talking about her formerly knocked-up daughter, Bristol, but Governor Palin erroneously accused him of making a statutory-rape joke about her younger daughter, Willow.

    Scandal: Culture and Celebrity

  • Since then, exceptions have been added to Georgia's statutory-rape laws reducing the charges against minors having sex.

    After Prison, Few Places for Sex Offenders to Live

  • He was clearly talking about her formerly knocked-up daughter, Bristol, but Governor Palin erroneously accused him of making a statutory-rape joke about her younger daughter, Willow.

    Comedy: Culture and Celebrity

  • The director had, of course, fled the United States for France in 1978 to avoid sentencing for a statutory-rape conviction.

    Tale Of A Dark Horse

  • What she could not handle, what nauseated her and prevented her from getting out of bed for two days, was the reference to the statutory-rape trial and the characterization of her daughter, Rebekah.

    Ruthless with Scissors

  • What upset Theresa so terribly, she says, what contributed to months of nausea and overwhelming anxiety and repeated trips to the emergency room, not to mention an inability to work and hours of psychotherapy, was the book's revelation that she had been the key witness in a statutory-rape case.

    Ruthless with Scissors

  • In the last days of February, Samantha Geimer, the victim of the statutory-rape case that caused Mr. Polanski to flee the U.S. in 1977, rose out of the darkness to write a column for the Los Angeles Times and to appear on Larry King Live, suggesting in both venues that Mr. Polanski's art should be judged separately from his private life.

    Harvey's Big Gangs Bang

  • I saw other women, mostly younger than me but nobody anywhere near the statutory-rape zone.

    Noble Norfleet

  • I saw other women, mostly younger than me but nobody anywhere near the statutory-rape zone.

    Noble Norfleet

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